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Social Media Minefield: Part I
New York Congressman Anthony Weiner is the latest to get caught…be he’s unlikely to be the last.
FOX News Radio’s Jared Halpern explores the “Social Media Minefield” in Part I of our special series…
First, we heard the voicemail and read the text messages Tiger Woods sent to women NOT his wife…
There’s a new voice of Aflac because comedian Gilbert Gottfried made insensitive jokes about the Japanese tsunami on his Twitter…
And now, Congressman Anthony Weiner.
Social media consultant Shonali Burke says social media sites continue to grow in popularity, especially among middle aged women. Celebrities and politicians also like to talk, and that leads to trouble. Sex scandals are nothing new, but Media Training Worldwide CEO T.J. Walker says today’s scandal means that tens – if not hundreds – of millions of people will have seen the Congressman’s private parts.
Jared Halpern, FOX News Radio.